The Vermiculated Angelfish Chaetodontoplus mesoleucus is an alluring beauty. It's small in stature but rich in color and form, often mistaken for a Butterflyfish because of its appearance. This is a modest sized angel, reaching only 7 inches in length, but very striking with its blue lips, yellow face, and a distinctive vertical bar running through the eye. The bi-colored body starts out in triangular white patch behind the head fading into a larger black area, accented with a yellow speckled patterning throughout. The name "vermiculated" refers to this angelfish’s patterning of wavy or winding lines. It is also known as the Vermiculate Angelfish, Singapore Angelfish. Once adjusted to captive life this fish makes a great addition to the intermediate aquarists tank. An aquarist who will not compromise the needs of this moderately difficult fish can be successful in keeping it.